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Couple to Live
In Beacon

In an attractive and simple
ceremony Miss Eleanor
Olwen Bird, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis E. Bird of East
Rochester, was married to Harry
R. Kichline of White Haven,
Pa. on Saturday afternoon, July 8,
at the home of her parents.
The bride, attended by her sis-
ter, Miss Carol Bird, wore a dress
of white crepe with a corsage of
gardenias.  The maid of honor wore
powder blue crepe and a corsage
of red rosebuds.  Best man was
Harry Cornell of Philidelphia.
The ceremony was performed by
the Rev, Alexander Mackenzie and
Mrs. Mackensie played the wedding
music.
The bride's mother was gowned
in beige lace and wore talisman
roses while the bridegroom's mother
wore navy blue abeer and a corsage
of talisman roses.
After dinner at Green Lantern
Inn, Fairport, the couple left on
a 10-day trip to Lake George and
the New England States.  They
will make their home at Bedacon.
The brideis a graduate of the
Genesee Normal School and a mem-
ber of Alpha Delta Epsilon. The
bridegroom was graduated from
Pennsylvania State College and is
a member of Alpha sigma Phi.
Prenuptual parties were given by
Mrs. B. J. Fryatt, Mrs. T. G.
Brokenshire, Mrs. W. D. Hewes
and Mrs. T. J. Skully, Miss Eliza-
beth O'Donnell, Miss Le Anna Mc-
Gowan.  Mrs. George Valentine,
Mrs. Charles Nelson, Miss Mar-
gourite Frost and Mrs. Dallas
Spavin, Mrs. David Robertson and
the faculty of School 13 at Niagra
Falls.

KICHLINE-BIRD

An attractive wedding was solem-
nized Saturday, July 8, at 4:30 P.M.
when Miss Eleanor Olwen Bird,
duaghter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bird
of EastRochester, N. Y. , and Harry
Robert Kichline, son of Mrs. Charles
W. and the late C. W. Kichline of
town were united in marriage at the
home of the bride in East Rochester,
which was beautifully decorated with
garden flowers.  The ceremony was
performed by Rev. Alex J. MacKenzie
of the First Baptist Church, Greece,
N. Y.
Miss Carol Bird, sister of the bride
was maid of honor and the best man
was J. H. Cornell of Philadelphia.
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her father, wore a gown
of white crepe and a corsage of
gardenias.  The maid of honor wore
blue crepe and a corsage of red rose-
buds.  The groom and his attendant
were dressed in white suits and wore
blue boutonnieres.
A reception followed the ceremony
at the Green Lantern Inn, Fairport,
N. Y., for the immediate families,
after which the young couple left for
a honeymoon in Maine and on their
return will reside in Beacon, N. Y.,
where the groom is employed by the
Texas Oil Company as a researcg
chemist.  He is a gradulate of the
local hight school, Pennsylvia State
College and a member of the Alpha
Sigma Phi Fraternity.
The bride is a graduate of Genesee
Normal School and a member of the
Alpha Delta Epsilon sorority and has
been a teacher at Niagra Falls.
(White Haven Pa.)
 
 
Genesee Normal School where she
was a member of the Alpha Delta
Epsilon Soroity.  She has taught in
the Niagra Falls school system for
the past three years.
The groom is a graduate of Penn-
sylvania State College where he was
a member of Alpha Sigma Phi fra-
ternity, and is a research chemist
in the Texaco Company laboratory
located at Beacon, N. Y.
After a ten-day trip to Lake George
and the New England States, Mar. and
Mrs. Kichline will reside in Beacon.
Pre-nuptual events were a dinner at
the Home Dining Room given by
Mrs. R. J. Fryatt; shower, given by
Mrs. W. D. Hewes and Mrs. Thomas
Skully; luncheon and shower, Mrs.
T. G. Broenshire and Mrs. B.
J. Fryatt; dinner at the Sagamore
Roof Garden, Miss Elizabeth O'Don-
nell; shower, Miss Le Anne Mc-
Gowan; dinner and shower, Mrs.
Charles Nelson; shower, Mrs. George
Valentine; luncheon and shower,
Miss Marguerite Frost and Mrs. Dal-
las Spavin; luncheon, Mrs. David
Robertson, and dinner at the Country
Gardens in East Aurora, given by
the faculty of School 13, Niagara
Falls.
(East Rochester Paper)
KICHLINE--BIRD
Miss Eleanor Oliver[sic] Bird, daughter
od Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bird, East Ivy
Street, became the birde of Harry
R. Kichline of Beacon, N. Y., son of
Mrs. Charles Kichline of White
Haven Pa., Saturday afternoon, July
8.  The ceremony was performed at
the home of the bride's parents in
the presence of the members of the
immediate families of the bride and
groom.
Reverend Alexander Mackinzide of
Greece performed the ring ceremony
after a breif period of apporpriate
piano music rendered by Mrs. Mac-
kensie.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride was attired in a simple
gown of white crepe and wore a cor-
sage of gardenias.
Miss Carol Bird, who was her sis-
ter's attendant, wore a powder blue
crepe gown with a corsage of red
rosebuds.  Harry Cornell of Philadel-
phia, brother-in-law of the groom.
was best man.
The mother of the bride wore beige
lace and the mother of the groom
was gowned in navy blue sheer.  Each
wore a corsage of talisman roses.
The house was beautifully decorat-
ed with baskets of flowers arranged
by friends of the bride.
The ceremonh was followed by a
wedding dinner at the Green Lan-
tern Inn.
The bride is a graduate of East
Rochester High School and of the
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